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    Sound Check

    The gyrating hips, the pompadour, the thick sideburns, and a rockabilly singing voice that makes the ladies melt. No, that's not an apparition you've seen shaking, rattling, and rolling around Broward County. It's early-Elvis tribute performer Chris ...

    by Brian Hyman on March 5, 1998
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    Sound Check

    I was polishing off a sizzling skillet of crocodile fajitas on the top floor of Bayside when I felt the floor begin to vibrate and heard strange plucking sounds. At first I thought the Poltergeist-like scene was a result of the Tabasco-laden faj...

    by Brian Hyman on February 26, 1998
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    Beatcrazy

    Armed with bottles of Faygo soda, the Insane Clown Posse comes to the Theater nightclub (3339 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale, 954-565-5522) on Tuesday. The band hails from Detroit, but has local ties that will sadly go unacknowledged. The Insa...

    by Rafer Guzman on February 26, 1998
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    Horn of Plenty

    Sax player Eric Allison, looking casual yet distinguished in a black jacket, a light-gray collarless shirt with the top button opened, and dark gray slacks, is in a good mood. Heading toward an outdoor table for a pre-gig meal at Sterling Worth Cafe ...

    by Larry Getlen on February 26, 1998
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    Short Cuts

    Various Artists Caribbean Island Music (Nonesuch) Various Artists The Real Bahamas (Nonesuch) The remarkable source recordings on Caribbean Island Music, as raw as unrefined sugar cane and just as sweet, are spontaneous performanc...

    by Robin Myrick on February 26, 1998
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    Short Cuts

    Ani DiFranco Little Plastic Castle (Righteous Babe) Spice who? The real story behind girl power is Ani DiFranco, the singer-songwriter from Buffalo who has just released her tenth album. Though she's sold more than a million discs, DiFranco...

    by Steve Almond on February 19, 1998
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    Sound Check

    If you saw Jimmy Buffett's musical, Don't Stop the Carnival, at the Coconut Grove Playhouse last spring, they were the pit band. The Miami-based Iko-Iko have also popped up on Hollywood soundtracks: They recorded "Purple People Eater" (along with Buf...

    by Brian Hyman on February 19, 1998
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    Krazy Kats

    Big Chief Pony Dancer is bellowing into his microphone like a man possessed. He's quite a sight on this Saturday night: a burly, curly-haired prankster decked out in a rainbow coalition of beads. To make room for a pair of headphones, he's removed th...

    by Manuel Pila on February 19, 1998
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    Beatcrazy

    You're a local band looking for gigs, trying to sell records, and generally taking advantage of every opportunity to be seen and heard. You've taped fliers to telephone poles, offered your CD to various record stores, and called every club in town. ...

    by Rafer Guzman on February 19, 1998
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    Sound Check

    A little less than a year ago, I was nose-deep in Kerouac's Some of the Dharma at the Borders Books in Coral Springs when I heard someone playing a flute. A few minutes later, I also heard a synthesizer, and, as if hypnotized, I exited the "Literatur...

    by Brian Hyman on February 12, 1998
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    Beatcrazy

    Like David Sanborn or Michael Brecker, Clarence Clemons has played the saxophone for so long and for so many recording artists that his sound has become instantly recognizable. It's a bit like a favorite pair of jeans: durable, comfortable, well-worn...

    by Rafer Guzman on February 12, 1998
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    Human Engineering

    It's got a good beat and you can dance to it, but not everyone is convinced that electronica is worth paying money to hear live. When the British rave band Orbital headlined Lollapalooza in several cities last year, its concerts featured video screen...

    by Rafer Guzman on February 12, 1998
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    Short Cuts

    Taja Sevelle Toys of Vanity (550 Music) It's been nearly a decade since The Guy They Used To Call Prince gave Taja Sevelle a record deal. Rather than attending college, the young Minneapolis native moved to Los Angeles, released a self-titl...

    by Rafer Guzman on February 12, 1998
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    The Subject Is Jazz

    Rock 'n' roll belongs to the young, but in the jazz world, it's the elders who are revered. With 55 years of recording experience and a reputation as one of the highest authorities on jazz music, the 76-year-old pianist Dr. Billy Taylor certainly des...

    by Larry Getlen on February 12, 1998
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    Short Cuts

    Pearl Jam Yield (Epic) Eddie Vedder has always been a better star than an artist, and don't let any critic who slept through Ten (1991) and raved about No Code (1996) tell you otherwise. He's best at grand gestures, such as belting out "Ali...

    by Rafer Guzman on February 5, 1998
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    They Did It Their Way

    Remember when indie rock was totally cool? The place to be was Austin, Texas -- make that Chapel Hill, North Carolina, which was even cooler. All anyone cared about was the Archers of Loaf, whether Unrest was going to tour again, and what Kim Gordon ...

    by Rafer Guzman on February 5, 1998
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    Beatcrazy

    For the past two years, Hal Hollander and his country-rock group Kickback have been playing cover tunes six nights a week at venues such as the Hut and Bimini Bay up in North Palm Beach. But somehow Hollander found the time to write and record Strung...

    on February 5, 1998
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    Sound Check

    When the West Palm Beach trio Friction Farm performed for the first time, in the Downtowner Saloon in Fort Lauderdale in December 1996, nobody knew where they'd come from or what kind of sound the thrifty-looking outsiders would produce. But as the g...

    by Brian Hyman on February 5, 1998
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    Raga 'n' Roll

    The last time East Indian music was "hip," four white English lads were directly responsible. The Beatles popularized the sounds of the sitar and the tabla drum in songs such as "Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)," "Tomorrow Never Knows" and "With...

    by Rafer Guzman on January 29, 1998
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    Sound Check

    Instead of watching oversexed Melrose Place characters sleeping around every Monday night, a better way to charge up the libido is to listen to Valerie Tyson's sultry R&B song stylings at Mango's in Fort Lauderdale. I went to check out the award...

    by Brian Hyman on January 29, 1998
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